Please note, the event will begin at approximately 08:30 Monday morning, November 5th in Tel Aviv and end at approximately 18:00 Tuesday evening, November 6th in Jerusalem.
Opening Remarks: The State of Digital Freight, Zvi Schreiber, CEO, Freightos
Keynote: Digital Evolution of Major Providers, Cindy Miller President, UPS Global Freight Forwarding
Keynote: The Disruption of Traditional Industries, Michael Eisenberg Partner, Aleph
Product Demos: Common Sense, and Bring
Keynote: Trucking Innovation: Lessons from and for International Freight, Thomas Grunau, CEO, Saloodo!
Keynote: Turning the Ship: Encouraging Innovation in Large Organizations, Troels Stovring, CEO, Twill Logistics
Product Demos: Windward, Loginno and Flytrex
Old City Tour
Jerusalem Tech Tour
Keynote: Start-up Central Nation Industry 4.0
Award-winning Tasting Tour of Israeli Wine
FreighTech2018 TLV by Freightos is a zero-hype opportunity to discuss the future of freight, blockchain, IOT, and digitalization with colleagues from top-tier logistics providers and carriers.
Date: November 5-6, 2018
Venue: Royal Beach Hotel, Tel Aviv
Cost: $900 (includes local transportation and food)
Attendees: C-suite innovation executives from top logistics providers and carriers, together with select tech vendor executives
To facilitate an open dialogue, press will not be permitted.
Ms. Miller is responsible for UPS’s global air, ocean, and customs brokerage operations. Prior to this, she was UPS’s European regional manager.
Equal partner at Aleph and former partner at Benchmark Capital. Spearheaded investments in successful global disruptors like Shopping.com, WeWork, Lemonade, and others.
CEO of DHL’s digital road freight platform in Europe, Grunau previously spearheaded digitization as a senior VP at Kuehne + Nagel, after leading other digital-first initiatives.
CEO of the Maersk/Damco startup Twill, launched in 2016 to focus on customer-centricity. Troels consulted for Maersk Tankers before joining Damco in 2014.
CEO of the world’s top digital freight sales platform, Zvi has a PhD in Computer Science and has founded and led companies acquired by both IBM and GE.
Israel has rapidly emerged as a global high-tech leader, named the second most innovative country in the world by the World Economic Forum. Despite a population of only 8.5 million people – less than the population of Michigan – it has the third-most companies listed on NASDAQ, lagging behind only China and the United States. With major Amazon, Apple, and Intel research centers, as well as the largest number of startups per-capita, this is where innovation happens. And this is your chance to see it.
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Please note that in order to ensure top-quality attendance, only executive management or innovation professionals at leading logistics providers will be accepted.